Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

12/3/2012

Great Depression in the Deep South: Remarkable photographs capture daily life of African American labourers

These incredible pictures depict the life of black tenant farmers and their families who lived and worked in the rural South as the Great Depression drew to an end. The colour photographs show African American men and women working in cotton plantations and tobacco farms, as well as pictures of them fishing and relaxing. for more click here

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